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About the Library

Study Zones

President Hammond talking with students in front of a mural over the word collaborate, student reading cross-legged in front of periodicals over the word quiet, student browsing stacks over the word silent

Jenks Library has three types of study zones to accommodate all of our students, staff, and faculty:

  • Need to work on a group project? Meet in one of our collaborative areas, like the Reference Room, Bistro, or the Beauregard Mezzanine, where you can talk at normal volume.
  • Need to work quietly? Reserve a study room or head to the 4th floor periodicals for a space that’s tucked away from distractions.
  • Need absolute silence? Find a desk in the Alumni Reading Room or the stacks for a noise-free environment.

Jenks Library Maps

Jenks Library 3rd floorplan, including the reference room, circ desk, one study room, and DVD collection

Jenks Library 4th floorplan, including alumni reading room, mezzanine, periodicals, scores, and CDs